When equipment fails, you need an immediate solution. When project timelines are accelerated, you need more manpower. When the right equipment doesn’t exist, you need a bespoke tool made to order.
Whatever the challenge, you can rely on Tri Tool Field Services. We are pioneers of in-situ machining. For over 49 years, we have worked alongside companies in the most demanding industries, providing a wide variety of services including industrial infrastructure, maintenance programs, equipment installations, emergency repairs and modifications, and new construction.
Our experienced, highly skilled on-site services team respond quickly—capable of mobilizing within 24 hours—to help you reduce downtime, lower costs, and keep your critical equipment in top condition. As an OEM with over 49 years in the industry, we have the most comprehensive range of portable machine tools ready to go; but if we don’t have the right tool, we will quickly modify an existing one or custom engineer a bespoke tool for your specific project.
Wherever and whenever you need us, Tri Tool Field Services will show up ready to work at a productivity rate that exceeds your expectations and with a quality unsurpassed in the industry. We execute with precision and deliver ahead of schedule.
While constructing a new cryogenic gas processing plant in Noble County, Ohio, the Sauer Group relied on Tri Tool Field Services to assist with the on-site welding. Tri Tool developed a new welding procedure specific to this project that enabled welds to be completed in a third of the time, helping the Sauer Group cut costs and stay on schedule.
Faced with an emergent need to replace a reactor coolant system primary check valve at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, the Tennessee Valley Authority turns to Tri Tool to deliver quality on an expedited time frame.
During a routine outage at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant a nuclear power plant owned by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) that generates enough power for 1.3 million homes each day plant personnel unexpectedly found that a Reactor Coolant System (RCS) primary check valve needed to be replaced. However, the valve was located in a very congested area that required special considerations due to various radiological conditions.
Find out how Tri Tool mobilized a crew of pipefitters, machinists, and welders within 24 hours to execute a "like-for-like" replacement of the valve with zero safety or performance issues.